CJ Radio (Page 64)

  • Will You Be Forced to Fund Candidates You Oppose?

    Daren Bakst on push for public financing of campaigns; Joe Coletti reacts to budget comments from Gov. Perdue, as do Linda Garrou & Paul Stam; John Hubisz on science textbook quality; Terry Stoops on N.C.'s failure to win federal education grant.

  • Ruffin Poole’s Plea Agreement: What Happens Next?

    Rick Henderson on Ruffin Poole's plea agreement & what's next; Paul Chesser on Climategate's impact on climate change debate; John Hood on bailouts and stimulus packages; Roy Cordato on fight over tax hikes; Jon Ham on media coverage of Tea Party movement.

  • Is Offshore Drilling in North Carolina’s Future?

    Daren Bakst, James Leutze and Douglas Radar on offshore drilling and N.C.'s energy policy; Kay Hagan and Joe Coletti on health insurance reform; David Frum on future of conservatism; George Leef on college degrees and U.S. economic strength.

  • Local Taxes & Fees: How Do Your City & County Rate?

    Michael Sanera on local government costs in N.C.; Walter Nunnallee, Josh Stein & Joe Coletti on N.C. tax base; Tom Fetzer on Perdue campaign finances; Kyle Scott on right to life, liberty and pursuit of happiness; Daren Bakst on annexation reform.

  • Assault on Freedom: The Health Insurance Law & You

    John Hood on implications of new health insurance law; legislators & Joe Coletti on new tobacco taxes; George P. Bush on 2010 election battle; Jenna Ashley Robinson on college campus speech codes; Michael Sanera on what local planning terms really mean.

  • Busing for Economic Balance: Does It Spur Achievement?

    Terry Stoops on busing kids for economic diversity; Bob Orr on courage in leadership; Joe Sam Queen & Holden Thorp on performance of students at UNC; June Arunga on helping Africa via entrepreneurship; Troy Kickler on two historic N.C. business leaders.

  • North Carolina Incumbents Face Primary Challenges

    David Bass on competitive election season; Doug Bandow on health-care reform proposals; Earl Jones and Dan Gerlach on finding a tobacco replacement crop; Mary Katharine Ham on declining presidential support; Roy Cordato on impact of Clean Smokestacks bill.